Karen Graubart, University of Notre Dame and Institute for Advanced Studies (Princeton) will be in dialogue with Brais Lamela (Yale) about her work on the Cercado and questions of politics, race, law in a walled space of overlapping jurisdictions.
Announcements and events from Iberian Connections and other related seminars and groups.
In this session Nicole Parisina Basile (Columbia) will be in dialogue with the editors and the contributors for the volume Health and Healing in the Early Modern Iberian World: A Gendered Perspective (2021).
Esteban Crespo Jaramillo (Yale) will be in conversation with Cornesha Tweede (Oregon), Leah Middlebrook (Oregon), and Nick Jones (Davis, Scholar in Residence at Yale) on the episodes of Dorotea / Micomicona and the question of representation of Blackness and Africa in Cervantes’ Don Quijote.
Luna Nájera will conduct this third session of Iberian Connections 7 (Contemporary Pasts), on “Friendship, Kinship, and the Law – In the Mediterranean.” Guests include Naor Ben-Yehoyada (Columbia), Jessica Marglin (USC), Lilith Mahmud (UC Irvine), and Hussein Fancy (Michigan, and soon Yale).
Nathalie Miraval (Yale) will conduct the second session of Iberian Connections 7 (Contemporary Pasts), under the title “Radical Uncertainties: Afro-Latin American Studies in the Era of BLM.” She will engage in a conversation with some of the most interesting thinkers in the field.
“Can nonviolence be an aggressive political tool?
I would like to announce that the Issue 7 of Iberian Connections is now online.
The Workshop of Theory and Contemporary Critical Thought at Yale continues its work, now online.
Our Yale Workshop for Theory and Contemporary Critical Thought continues its activities during this pandemic world of COVID-19.
We begin this new semester of Iberian Connections devoted to the central question of the study of the Iberian Connections and Public Humanities.